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Chrysler's foray into the entry-level market was by introducing the Plymouth brand in 1928. The new marque was competing with Chevrolet and Ford, however it offered many upscale features that its competition did not. This meant that the automaker could sell their car for a slightly higher price, but offer an automobile that provided a much better driving experience thanks to its premium Plymouth parts. This sort of customer satisfaction translated into great sales numbers, even through the Great Depression.
The carmaker maintained a reputation for affordability, reliability and durability thanks to well-engineered and manufactured auto parts, which continued throughout its early life and into its adolescence. In the 50's and 60's, the line garnered an intense loyalty to its brand through sales of its passenger and sports cars like the Belvedere, Barracuda, Duster, and Satellite. However, from the late 70's on the marque slowly became Chrysler's badge-engineered brand (same cars but with slightly different Plymouth parts), and started to suffer an identity crisis. While still putting out reliable cars at affordable prices, not much differentiated it from its Chrysler cousins. The brand was withdrawn from the market in 2001 due to poor sales and lack of customer enthusiasm.
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